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Where can I find a replacement laptop keyboard from a company with a good rep?

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Old August 28th 12, 09:30 AM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.acer
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Default Where can I find a replacement laptop keyboard from a company with a good rep?

I have a Dell Inspiron 1720 laptop and need a replacement keyboard.
Yesterday I spilled some liquid on it and it shorted out (thank God
nothing got in the internals).

My husband wont buy the keyboard if it isn't from some company with a
good reputation. That is what I get for marrying an engineer....

I tried NewEgg to no avail...


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